Please notify Iris or Lia (see emails below) about your intention of applying by November 15, 2021
Lia – email@example.com
Iris – firstname.lastname@example.org
UBC Affiliated Fellowships-Master’s
The UBC Affiliated Fellowships Master’s competition runs in concert with the Canada Graduate Scholarships-Master’s (CGS-M; see below) competition. Approximately 50 fellowship with values ranging from $175 to $16,000 are offered through this competition. Current and prospective full-time UBC-Vancouver graduate students can apply regardless of citizenship or visa status. Students who are eligible for the CGS-M must submit a CGS-M application in order to additionally be considered for Affiliated funding.
Detailed Affiliated Fellowships-Master competition information with links to application and reference forms is available at:
Tri-Agency Canada Graduate Scholarships-Master’s (CGS-M)
Applicants for Tri-Agency CGS-M competition must be domestic students (Canadian citizen or PR) who are applying for or enrolled in graduate studies anywhere in Canada. Each applicant can select up to 3 universities with the same application. To be considered for a CGS-M at UBC, they must select The University of British Columbia as one of the 3 available institutions.
Details about this award opportunity, including eligibility and evaluation criteria, are available at:
http://www.nserc-crsng.gc.ca/Students-Etudiants/PG-CS/CGSM-BESCM_eng.asp and our site at https://www.grad.ubc.ca/awards/canada-graduate-scholarships-masters-cgs-m-program.
Students who apply for CGS-M awards will automatically be considered for open/un-restricted Affiliated Fellowships.
To be considered for criteria-based Affiliated Fellowships, students should fill out and submit to their graduate programs the checklist available at: https://www.grad.ubc.ca/forms/list-criteria-based-affiliated-fellowships.
UBC Deadlines for the Tri-Agency CGS-M / Affiliated Fellowships Master’s Competitions
- Applicant deadline:1 December 2021 before 5:00 pm PST
- Graduate program nomination deadline: Late January (nomination deadline will be indicated in December)
CGSM and Affiliated Fellowships-Master’s information session
- Interested applicants are invited to attend the CGSM information session on Friday, October 22 from 10:30 to 12:00. REGISTER HERE.
What you can do now:
- Importance of the application deadline. CGS-M applications cannot be submitted or edited after the application deadline. Late applications will be ruled ineligible. The CGS-M application deadline is set nationally by the CGS-M funding agency and is not flexible.
- Please ask for reference letters early and to send the instructions to your referees
- Check early if you have all of your official transcripts for all previous studies (including transfer credits). Transcript guidance for applicants is outlined on our CGS-M webpage.
- Note that although the SISC academic history document is accepted for UBC CGS-M applications, it may not be accepted by other universities in Canada, so students applying elsewhere for the CGSM in addition to UBC should order official UBC transcripts.
- It would help us greatly if you are using the same email in your CGS-M Research Portal login as in eVision or SIS. This is absolutely not a requirement, but it helps route the applications to correct programs quicker after the application deadline.
Attention: Doctoral students
Note that applicants apply directly to the Trudeau Foundation; departments and UBC do not submit nominations.
Trudeau Foundation Doctoral Scholarships
The Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation Scholarship Program offers a three-year leadership program designed to train Engaged Leaders, equipping doctoral candidates with the skills to translate their ideas into action, for the betterment of their communities, Canada, and the world. At least 12 doctoral Scholars are selected each year and receive generous funding for their studies. This scholarship program supports doctoral students pursing research in one or more of the Foundation’s Four Themes: Human Rights and Dignity, Responsible Citizenship, Canada and the World, and People and their Natural Environment.
Value: Up to $40,000 stipend plus up to $20,000 research and travel allowance per year for three years
Application Deadline: 21 December 2021 at 2:00 pm PT (5:00 pm ET)
The Foundation will be offering information sessions for scholarship candidates:
- 10 November 2021 at 10:00 am ET (7:00 am PT) – 1.5 hour session for Scholarship candidates (French session) – Register
- 10 November 2021 at 12:30 pm ET (9:30 am PT) – 1.5 hour session for Scholarship candidates (English session) – Register
Reminder: As of the 2020 competition, interested applicants apply directly to the Trudeau Foundation to be considered in the national competition; all interested and eligible applicants may apply. The University of British Columbia no longer nominates a subset of applicants to the national competition (there is no department-level or university-level adjudication).
For further information, such as detailed eligibility requirements, evaluation criteria, and application procedures, please visit our webpage: https://www.grad.ubc.ca/awards/trudeau-foundation-doctoral-scholarship or the Trudeau Foundaiton webpage:
Mackenzie King Memorial Scholarships
The Mackenzie King Open Scholarship is open to graduates of any Canadian university who engage in (commence or continue) graduate study (master’s or doctoral) in any field, in Canada or elsewhere. One Open Scholarship is awarded annually. The value has lately been $8,500 but is subject to change.
The Mackenzie King Travelling Scholarship is open to graduates of any Canadian university who engage in (commence or continue) graduate study (master’s or doctoral) in the United States or the United Kingdom, of international relations or industrial relations (including the international or industrial relations aspects of law, history, politics and economics). Four Travelling Scholarships of $10,500 have lately been awarded annually, but the number and value of scholarships are subject to change.
Eligible applicants must be a graduate (holder of a degree) of a Canadian university when tenure of the scholarship begins (September 2022).
Applications must be made to the Faculty of Graduate Studies of the applicant’s home university. This is the Canadian university from which the applicant most recently graduated or at which the applicant is currently enrolled.
UBC application deadline: 1 February 2022 at 4:00 pm PT
For more information, including detailed application procedures and eligibility requirements, please see this link:
Enter the Break Escape Contest Today!
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You could win a 2 night Fly & Stay Package to Tofino and a $500 gift card towards your travel from alumni UBC, your future alumni association.
Open to all currently registered UBC students. Contest closes December 15th, 2021.
Enter here: alumni.ubc.ca/escape/
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Alumni Relations Manager
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Hope you are enjoying autumn. At the Centre for Accessibility UBC we are looking to hire about 80-90 graduate students in our team to work part time as an invigilator.
Exam invigilator Job Description
Interested applicants can apply through Careers Online with their resume and cover letter.
In case, if students are unable to login or use this link they can use the following steps:
Go to https://ubc-csm.symplicity.com/students/app/jobs/detail/4bccd5276de148e1dd8fcf6ac7c98b82 > Click on student/alumni > login using your CWL and password > In the search box type “exam invigilator” > posting should show up.
Please have them apply with a cover letter and resume, clearly indicating your experience and interest for the job
If they have any further questions or concerns, they can contact email@example.com
Thank you, if you have questions or concerns please reach out to us.
Ron Au-Yang, B.Com
Exam Coordinator | Centre for Accessibility
The University of British Columbia | Vancouver Campus | xʷməθkʷəy̓əm Musqueam Traditional Territory
1203-1874 E. Mall, UBC, | Vancouver British Columbia | V6T 1Z1 Canada